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Harmony Creek Trail


The Oshawa trails total almost 22 km of paved surface that provide citizens and visitors opportunities to discover Oshawa's parks, beauty, culture and natural treasures. Both the Oshawa and Harmony Creek valleys have vegetation that is typical of Southern Ontario valley lands. Willow, maple, cedar, ash and cherry blend to form an active ecosystem. Good opportunities exist to discover other native plants such as Jack in the Pulpit, Ostrich Fern and Horsetail. Bird watching and sport fishing opportunities also exist.

The Harmony Creek valley has a significant impact on the Second Marsh ecosystem. The city and volunteers are working together to develop stewardship programs that will enhance the vegetation along the creek valley which in turn will improve water quality, provide migration corridors for wildlife and interpretive opportunities for trail users.

with information from the City of Oshawa web site.


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